CloneCD is the perfect tool to make backup copies of your music and data CDs, regardless of copy protection. CloneCD allows you to copy almost any CD in just a few mouse clicks. Since the release of 5.0, CloneCD is not only able to copy CDs but also all DVD formats, such as DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD+R Dual Layer and DVD-RAM. The movies will be copied 1:1 and are not modified (compressed).
Version 18.104.22.168 support burning of.dvd files created with AnyDVD,Will create ISO images when reading DVD media by default,Fix security vulnerability of the driver interface.
March 22, 2013
Version: CloneCD 22.214.171.124
none for what I wanted.
I just wanted to copy a cd to a blank dvd. It couldn't as it thought the dvd was about 300k. I even tried a 2nd blank dvd in case the dvd was bad and restarted the program. It may do something but not for me.
There's a reason it's called [CD]Clone. The same company also made another program called [DVD]Clone. This one's for CD's, that one's for DVD's.
Simplest solution: copy your CD data to the computer, then use a DVD-burning software to transfer it to a DVD. Expecting a program to do something it wasn't built to do is just plain silly, like expecting a floppy drive to accept USB flashes, or a Playstation to play X-Box games.
Does exactly what it purports to do, no more, no less, and it does it competently, without getting under you feet. There are no intrusive banners or messages, very few options, just simple honest down-to-earth simplicity
I haven?t quite got my head around the sheep connection yet; no doubt it will dawn on me in a moment of epiphany!
In a moment of rare foresight soon after installing Vista (and a stonking great RAID array!) I decided that I would create ISO images of all my installation disks. I thought this might be useful one day since my usual method of putting CD/DVDs away somewhere safe seems to involve wandering around the house with a very expensive disk until I get fed up, and putting the disk in the bathroom cabinet, or the fridge, or wherever I happen to be at the moment of maximum fed up-ness.
Anyway, it paid off because I?ve just upgraded to Windows 7 64-bit and CloneCD has been an absolute Godsend. A tiny download, the simplest of installs and there it is, or not, because it just sits in the background out of the way waiting politely for you to give it a job. Then it just does it; no fuss, nothing, just gets on with it.
I?m not going to say it?s idiot proof as I know some very accomplished idiots (we all do), but it?s as close as it gets. Even if you don?t need it right now, just download it and keep it ?in stock? for future use.
The 'sheep' connection in Clone CD software is after 'Dolly the Sheep' - the first ever cloned mammal, created by staff the Roslin Institute, near Edinburgh, Scotland and she was born on 5th July 1996 and lived for six years. So there you go !